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10 Tips for Investing in Distressed or Foreclosed Properties 1. Search on the world wide web for distressed or foreclosed properties as a starting point. Use a professional REALTOR to identify great foreclosure deals for you. You may be successful at searching the web on your own, but keep in mind some...

A gadfly on a dinosaur's butt , or the hood-winking of the American investor. A gadfly on a dinosaurs butt, or the hood-winking of the American stock investor. Have you ever noticed how some words in the English language are so perfectly named for what they describe? And how some words seem to be, I guess you could say,...

A Look Inside Escrow For Real Estate Investors! Almost all real estate transactions are processed through something called an "Escrow". But what the heck is that? Escrow is a neutral party that holds funds, acts upon documents and follows the instructions of the parties to a real...

A Real Estate Investing Primer There are a great many books and web sites devoted to real estate investing out there, but most of them concentrate on one specific area of investing. It's often hard to find a general description of real estate investing, one that lists the...

Are You Worth Investing In? Do you realise that if you're green you're growing and if you're ripe you're rotten? So says Winston Marsh, Business Marketing Guru in his recent newsletter. Here's and excerpt from it ... "Over the last week or so I have been presenting a...

Avoiding A Bad Investment Is Easier Than You Might Think Human nature being what it is, none of us can get serious about the idea of buying a house without experiencing at least a few small twinges of worry. What we fear, of course, is making a mistake. And the mistake we tend to fear most is buying...

Buy and Hold: How to Perpetuate Your Investment Losses A recent cartoon in my daily newspaper showed two guys sitting in a bar. One is saying to the other: “I did learn something from my broker...how to diversify my investment losses.” While this struck me as funny, there is certainly an element...

Defining a Long-Term Investment in the Stock Market Defining a long-term investment in the stock market. For some “long term” would mean holding a stock position over the weekend. For others, it may mean holding a security for at least 1 year for the purpose of declaring a long-term capital...

Find a Methodology and Minimize Investment Madness There are many reasons to be investing these days, and too much opportunity to not have your money working for you. However, I believe the majority of people dread having to deal with investment matters, and tend to jump into purchases and...

How I started my own Work at Home Internet Busines with Very Little Investment Have you always wanted to work at home? Have your own business? Didn’t think it was possible? No more commuting in traffic (plus gasoline prices right now are ridiculous). No more "business attire" (work in your jammies) and no more Corporate...

How to Analyze the Veracity of Investment Newsletter When trying to analyze whether a promotional ad for an investment newsletter or a market timing investment trading system is worthy of investigation, the following questions should be asked: Does the strategy have a track record? Without this...

How to Build a Real Estate Investing Power Team As you continue to read about real estate investing, you will no doubt come across the term 'power team'. What is this 'power team'? A power team is a group of people without whom successful real estate investing becomes very difficult, if not...

How To Find An Investment Advisor Do you think you need an Investment Advisor? Hold on before you answer because this is sort of a trick question. Also, I am definitely biased because I am an Investment Advisor. Nonetheless, I think I can assist you in looking at this issue in a...

How to Find Value in No Load Mutual Fund Investing What are you thinking when it comes to your no load mutual fund selections? Are you saving pennies and sacrificing dollars? Are you spending your time looking at expense ratios, analyzing Morningstar ratings and searching for funds with low...

How to Get Money Back for Your Process and Procedures Investments Wouldn’t it be nice to get some of your money back that you have invested in developing policies, procedures and processes for your organization? Well, you can with the recently restored tax credit. $7.6 Billion in Tax Credits are Available ...

How to Research and Purchase a Good Investment Property How to Research and Purchase a Good Investment Property How much do you really know about investment property? Accurate research and professional expertise applied to the purchase of an investment property builds a solid foundation for...

IF- The Wonders of Investing IF If it seems as if all investors are selling, who is buying? If trading has become entertainment for you, it may be time to refocus on profits. If your stock has reached an annual low, can it go any lower? If your stock has...

Investing in the Stock Market From the book 'The Stockopoly Plan' by the author Charles M. O'Melia There are several factors an investor in the stock market should consider: 1. All stock purchases should be commission-free. 2. All stocks purchased should be from a...

Investors: Avoid These 5 Common Tax Mistakes For many investors, and even some tax professionals, sorting through the complex IRS rules on investment taxes can be a nightmare. Pitfalls abound, and the penalties for even simple mistakes can be severe. As April 15 rolls around, keep the...

Is a Small Business Web Site a Wise Investment? One of the greatest pitfalls in e-commerce is Field of Dreams thinking, the notion that all one has to do is “build it (a web site) and they will come.” “I can’t think of anything further from the truth,” Ron Scott, a Riverside, California web...

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